Donald Trump reminding us what he would bring to the presidency and foreign policy:
“I’m a dealmaker. I make the great deals.”
Trump’s best deal was his birth to a father worth several hundreds of millions of dollars.
His other deals over the decades have resulted in:
+ Four bankruptcies.
+ Investment returns that lagged the behind the stock market.
Where is that laughter coming from?
Can it be coming all the way from China?
News Headline: “What will happen when VP stops ‘Biden’ his time?”
News Headline: “Sanders’ campaign could ‘Bern out’ in the Palmetto State.”
Stop it now.
News Headline: “NFL: It’s ‘Super Bowl 50,’ not ‘Super Bowl L.’ ”
But then will come Super Bowl LI.
In any event, San Francisco’s mayor has announced that unsightly homeless persons anywhere near Super Bowl 50 have about CLV days to clear out.
Some things don’t change.
News Headline: “Donald Trump: ‘This is a movement.’ ”
News Headline: “Understanding irritable bowel syndrome.”
The two stories seemed to go together, for some reason.
News Headline: “Sarah Palin will interview Donald Trump tonight.”
News Headline: “There may be infinite universes–and infinite versions of you.”
So take comfort.
Somewhere there may be a you who may not have to watch a Sarah Palin interview
a Donald Trump.
News Headline: “Kentucky clerk vows to die for the right to oppose gay marriage.”
So some problems do solve themselves.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, who wrote, “Life is a disease of matter,” was born 266 years ago on the 28th day of National Brownies at Brunch Month.
News Headline: “Lindsey Graham: If Trump is nominee, ‘that’s the end of the
Republican Party.’ ”
Yes. But is there a downside?
As this is National Dog Day, QT has asked its dog, Buddy the Wonder Dog, so named because the neighbors wonder about him, for his preference in the presidential race.
But when asked to characterize the upcoming campaign, he answered:
Buddy the Wonder Dog’s predecessor, by the way, was named Pablo, after Picasso, because having a dog is a good idea in the abstract.
News Headline: “Voting machine hack proves your ballot isn’t as safe as you think.”
If only we could develop a hand-held device that could somehow leave markings on sheets of cellulose fiber to be placed in secure containers.
But that technology is probably years away.